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thank so much. [applause]3 a milwaukee man has been released from prison in green bay after spending nearly 25 years behind bars for crimes he didn't commit. 3 new dna evidence cleared 48-year-old daryl a sexual assault and burglary case from 1992. a jury convicted holloway in 19. 19-93...sentencing him to 120 years in prison. until new d-n-a evidence surfaced that cleared his name. court records show an order to vacate the convictions and dismiss the charges was filed and signed yesterday. and today....holloway walked free. free.cbs 58's amanda devoe joins us in the studio now with more...amanda. it was all smiles for daryl holloway as he walked out of
thanks to the wisconsin innocence project, who helped him get his case overturned. holloway also thanked the hard work of his attorneys in helping to prove his innocence. during his 24 years in prison... holloway's mother died...and that when he says he almost wanted to give up on fighting for freedom. he says his mother's advice of never giving up is what kept him going. now at 48-years-old, holloway has spent a majority of his adult life behind bars... and says the next step will be hard as he tries to find a job. "this has been a long thing. i lost family members and different things. i'm trying to rebuild my life now. i came in mid-twenties. man, i'm almost 50 now. my whole life has changed." changed." under state law, holloway could get about five thousand dollars per year.. for the time he spent in prison. however, that is capped at 25
now to more on the efforts of the innocence project. project.the group, created in 1992, is dedicated to exonerating wronfully convicted people using new technology like d-n-a testing. mike strehlow is live in the newsroom with that side of the story. mike.. law students with the wisconsin innocence project who helped free holloway were there when he walked out of prison. since it started 18-years ago, the w-i-p s wrongly convicted men and women. it's run out of the university of wisconsin law school...and one of its co- founders...professor keith findley...convinced the milwaukee's d-a office to hire an independent lab to retest the evidence in holloway's case....only after retired milwaukee county prosecutor, norm gahn...discovered conflicing dna reports. reports. today findley said "this is a remarkable example of a prosecutor doing the right thing, motivated by the search for justice. the milwaukee county district
tremendous credit for this exoneration." also, the same milwaukee judge who presided over holloway's conviction...was the one who vacated that conviction and dimissed the charges yesterday. 3 steven avery who's currently serving a life sentece for the muder of teresa halbach was previously exonerated for a sexual assault. he was accused of attacking a woman 1985 and convicted prison. the innocence project revealed new d-n-a evidence that linked another man to the assault. and after 18 years, avery was released. two years later he was tried and convicted in the murder of a woman in manitowoc...which was the subject of the netflix documentary "making a murderer". as mandy mentioned...holloway is only eligble to get 25-thousand dollars for his wrongful conviction. and while he's enjoying his new freedom...he's deeply worried
job."i can't even find a job it's going to be hard cause i've been locked up for almost 25 years, you took almost a quarter of a century from me and now i can't find a job...that's a problem." problem." wisconsin law dictates wrongfully convicted people should get five thousand dollars for each year they are locked up. but there is a 25- thousand dollar cap. cbs 58's kristen barbaresi is looking into this part of the story...look for her report tonight on the cbs 58 news at happening right now at cbs 58...conversations with komen. we are hosting a phone bank with experts from susan g. komen..to answer any questions you may have about breast cancer and breast health. health.cbs 58's marshanna hester is live at the phone bank to explain...marshanna. 3 october is breast cancer awarness month...and susan g. komen wants to make sure all
meterologist rebecca schuld joins us now to get you ready for your evening...rebecca. 3 today: mix of sun and clouds. an isolated shower possible. highs in the middle 70s. wind: sw 5-15 mph.tonight: more rain possible returning by morning. patchy fog. lows in the lower 60s. wind: s 2-5 mph. ahead: more rain and storms likely for thursday lingering into friday morning. staying warm thursday with highs in the lower to middle 70s before returning to the lower half of the 60s for friday. 40s and even a few 30s for lows possible friday and saturday nights with saturday itself
first time since may. 3 a woman is left in critical condidtion after being hit by a car on milwaukee's south side early this morning. the driver...didn't stick around. cbs 58's julie parise reports. 3 iinvestigators trying to find a car that hit a woman and sped off. us at chavez and greenfield. where victim was trying to cross street around 2 am amthe intersection was blocked off - she is still in hospital in critical condition but we dont know nature of her injuriessurvaillance video from nearby gas station shows woman crossing the street and and stopping before she sees the oncoming car that hits her. her.stay with cbs 58 for the latest on this dev story for
3 3 milwaukee police are ?still? searching for the person responsible for a hit and run late monday night. a silver s-u-v and motorcycle collided near muskego and mitchell. police say the biker ran a red light and was hit...he's badly hurt. if you have any information call milwaukee police. a west bend 12 year old has been arrested for messages to friends disguised as a "clown" "clown"the girl told police it was a joke but given the furor recently all over the country about creepy clown sightings, police say it caused alarm and lead to rumors that disrupted the school day.the student is facing a possible disorderly conduct charge and was released to her parents. 3 coming up --- hurricane matthew is barreling towards the united states...leaving a trail of destruciton in its path...the latest on the storm is ahead. 3
hurricane matthew is now threatening the entire atlantic coast of florida. evacuations are underway all across the state. cbs news correspondent don champion has the latest from daytona beach. people along the east coast are being warned hurricane matthew could be devastating. devastating."i have the hurricane windows and screens around the porches and we will be prepared for it." florida's governor issued mandatory islands.if matthew directly impacts florida there will be massive destruciton that we haven't seen in years. wendesday, drivers waited in lines to fill up at gas stations while supplies flew off shelves.tourists are also preparingthe lafrance family is cutting their vacation short and heading back to canada. i think we should get out just in case its a category 4. everyone is telling us we should start heading home. home.matthew is being called
threaten this region in more than a decade. some areas could also see more than 10 inches of rain.in south carolina, interstate-26 was packed with drivers racing to get out of the storm's path. this weekend, it could hit as a category 2 or 3 storm. storm.our goal is to make sure that no lives are lost. that people get moved out safely and they get back home safely. ahead of the storm, federal emergency officials prepositioned supplies to respond to the disaster.don champion cbss, 3 several u-s airlines have waived flight fees because of hurricane matthew.american, delta, united and jetblue added certain u-s destinations to their change-fee waivers.it was previously limited to caribbean airports...it's now been expanded to include florida and a few other destinations impacted by the storm. the change-fee waivers allow customers to change their flight plans without paying extra.airlines will likely issue waivers for more
3 miller park is changing the way fans look at concessions, the ballpark unveiled plans for a complete transformation of their food and beverage expe. experience.the project will include a full layout redesign, adding 11 concession stands... the park says it will draw on milwaukee's rich food traditions. the new menu will consist of options from some of milwaukee's most popular restaurants such as, aj bombers, smoke shack barbecue and zaffiros pizza. "we cherish our fans and a key to that promise is to enhance miller park as a top flight entertainment destination. critical to that enhancement is the miller park food and beverage experience." 3 two new full-service bars will be added... and a new "local" bar offering taps of 30 different wisconsin brewed beer. officials say this is the largest upgrade to miller park since its opening. the renovations are expected to by done april 3rd of next year. 3 cbs 58 is hosting
returning to the lower half of the 60s for friday. 40s and even a few 30s for lows possible friday and saturday nights with saturday itself struggling to pass 600 for the first time since may. 3 today: mix of sun and clouds. highs in the middle 70s. wind: sw 5-15 mph.tonight: more rain possible returning by morning. patchy fog. lows in the lower 60s. wind: s 2-5 mph.week ahead: more rain and storms likely for thursday lingering into friday morning. staying warm thursday with highs in
new details today about a 73-year-old man who was stabbed to death in milwakuee last night. we learned today that man was heavily involved in his church. cbs 58's eric levy spoke to his daughters today... today...he's outside m-p-d headquarters with how his family is remembering him.eric? has special, personal stories that not everyone gets to hear. but...davis' daughters wanted you to hear some of theirs. 3 "he was a singer, loved to hear him sing, his favorite thing was a background person, he was that background man...ba doom, ba doo doom...that was my dad." dad.""he was an exciting man
four, married to his wife for more than 50 years..."they were just coming back from church, they had just come from bible study."herman's daughter felicia said he was trying to park his car.there was an argument between some people in the alley near their home near 24th and capitol, and one of ?those? people hit mr. davis' car.when he got out to see what was going on... "that's when he did what he did to my father. he didn't deserve that.""but i know god of his hand.""if anyone knows who did this, we just ask that you turn yourself in and let justice run it's course." felicia says she and her mother forgive the killer. police are searching for that person.live outside mpd headquarters, el, cbs 58...b/m back to you. 3 happening right now at cbs 58...conversations with komen. our phone lines are open...and we've got experts from the
standing by to answer any questions you may have about breast cancer and breast health. cbs 58's marshanna hester is live at the phone bank...marshanna. 3 cbs 58 is hosting "conversations with komen" today.anyone with questions about breast health and breast cancer is invited to call our phone bank between 4 and 5:30. experts with "susan g. komen" question or concerns.the
60s. wind: s 2-5 mph.week ahead: more rain and storms likely for thursday lingering into friday morning. staying warm thursday with highs in the lower to middle 70s before returning to the lower half of the 60s for friday. 40s and even a few 30s for lows possible friday and saturday ni struggling to pass 600 for the first time since may. a big break for milwaukee police looking for the guy who
april...new clear images of the suspect. suspect.take a look --- this man went into the pyramax bank on cesar chavez drive and mitchell back and handed the teller a note...demanding money. for some reason he left before he got anything. and investigators have figured out that just before the robbery...the man took a cab ride.. which was also caputred on suveillance. if you know who this man is..please call 414-935-7360. wisconsin today...campaigning for his former rival, hillary clinton. he's just one of several people visiting the badger state this week to stump for their candidate. cbs 58 and telemundo wisconsin reporter, christine flores was in madison today with sanders. 3 things are wrapping up here after hundreds of people filled this room to hear bernie sanders and russ fingold campaign for hillary clinton. and they touched on several topics that many said they're proud to support.
until the election, both fingold and sanders pushed the importance of early voting - both addressing the minority population.fingold and sanders touched on topics such as higer education, tuition forgiveness, and higher wages for families. the topic of health also made its way into the rally. they both commented on adding more funding towards community health centers and mental health.sot sotolsen: the message that came through very strongly for me is on behalf of students being able to go to college and come out with massive amounts of debt, because i think of equal opportunity in this country needs to om sanders is also expected to speak in green bay this afternoon. in madson christine flores cbs 58 news. on the republican side...donald trump junior was in brookfield today...campaigning on his father's behalf. behalf.cbs 58's kyle aevermann continues our team coverage with more on that visit... 3 this morning's round table was hosted by the group "woman for trump" and brought out nearly 200 people from across our area. area.they packed into a conference room at the embassy suites.trump junior was joined
and scott fitzgerald.the discussion was moderated by former lieutenant governor margret farrow.trump junior was only on stage for about 20 minutes, but managed to talk about job creation and last night's vice presidential debate. something he said he was very happy with.supporters say his visit reinforces their beliefs that trump is the right candidate for president. president.donald trump jr./ donald trump's son "he doesn't need this job. he doesn't. he knows what comes with it, he knows how he is going to be attacked, but the bottom line is he loves this country." coy. supporter "he's the man, come on, he's going to bring our country back the way it should have been a long time." time."becky tuleck/ trump supporter "i think donald j trump is just an amazing man, we just need him in here." here."trump junior left the event here for another event in wassau.in brookfield. kyle aevermann. cbs 58 news. 3 tim kaine and mike pence clashed on the debate stage last night. each vice presidential candidate attacking the other on a number of issues...including the bitter nature of this
as the more aggressive of the two...interrupting pence multiple times. now the attention shifts back to trump and clinton...their second of three debates is coming up this sunday. 3 the mitchell park domes are added to the list of most endangered historical sites in the u-s....what that means for the milwaukee landmark...next. 3 and -- a weekend of rest for the packers...what aaron rodgers thinks of the early bye week. 3 plus --- the milwaukee county zoo welcomes some new members...a look at the new tiger cubs at four.
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the mitchell park domes are about a month away from completely reopening.but today --- the buildings were placed on a list of most endangered historical sites. sites.cbs 58's jacob kittilstad joins us live with more...jacob along with the domes being added to this list of endangered historic places... this outside group has also started a petition to show how
the national trust of historic preservation puts out a list like this every year... selecting at risk locations to highlight.their leadership says they've identified more than 270 places in the past with only a handful of them being lost after getting listed.it's a high profile situation for the domes... which the trust says meets their standards 3 "since 1988, the america's most endangered list has been one of the most effective tools to draw attention to sites by shining a national spotlight examples of the nations architectural and cultural heri" heritage." as we know...repairs will cost money...and with the spending of money comes a lot of questions for milwaukee county. coming up on the news at five...we'll take a deeper look into that discussion.live in milwaukee...jacob kittilstad...cbs 58 news the packers are back on the practice field after an early bye week..today, aaron rodgers saying he's pleased they all
in green bay with a look ahead to the giants. the packers are back, and they're not going anywhere for quite a while. thanks to the early bye week, we will be treated now to at least 13 consecutive weeks of packers football. great news for the fans. maybe not terrific news for some of the players who have a long grind ahead. but aaron rodgers for one, did not mind the early break.rodgers: the bye actually came at a great time for us based on the health of our football team. hopefully we'll get those guys on defense back and healthy. we just have to be playing the right way at the end of the season.kevin: rodgers and the packers will look to win their 11th straight october home game this sunday night against the giants. coming up at five, the tough task facing green bay's defense against eli manning and the giants offense. in green bay, kevin holden, cbs 58 news. a hoarding situation has created a huge influx of cats at a local animal shelter. the humane animal welfare
they've taken in more than 50 cats being hoarded in a home in the town of vernon. that's on top of about 40 cats that were surrendered to the shelter over the weekend. haws says it's now scrambling to make room for all the animals. many of which are dealing with respiratory infections. haws is asking for monetary donations as well as cat food, litter, and toys. if you're interested in helping out or adopting we've got a link on our website cbs 58 dot com. 3 free coffee drew fans far and wide to a milwaukee coffee shop today. today. sherman perk coffee shop were transformed into luke's diner..made famous in the popular t-v show gilmore girls. a cup of joe on the house for the first 250 customers who showed up to check out some of the decor reminiscent of the show which is celebrating its 16th anniversary. lady 1: i grew up up watching gilmore girls, so we're really excited. lady 2: it was good enough for me man 1: i needed a cup of coffee i needed to get breakfast and they were all going so i joined them." them."
was quite the feather in the cap for the two chosen. and folks seemed pretty perky for the early hour..a nice way to start the day in milwaukee. every fall you can count on changing leaves, cooler weather and great tasting apple. apples.cbs 58's michael schlesinger visited barthel fruit farm in mequon this morning. where he learend that the time to pick your apples ---is now. the milder fall temperatures has made the window for harvesting happen sooner. so if you head out to the orchar "so this is your honey crisp, your most popular and tell people what they have to look for.well when you look at a honey crisp ignore how red the apple is you want to look for the back color, the under color you want a yellow under color and a little bit of a bumpy skin that's a ripe honey crisp that will taste great." great." you can also get your halloween pumpkins at barthel fruit farm...they even have a pink variety of breast cancer awarness month.
announced the new arrival of three siberian tiger cubs.. born on september 14th. this is our first look at the cubs...which the zoo says are doing well. they were born to mother, amba. the last tiger born at the zoo was back in 2009. the zoo says we'll be invited back to check up on their progress so stay tuned for that. 3 coming up -- we'll check in on the conversations with komen phone bank...as they answer breast health questions here at the cbs 58 studio. 3 plus --- your full readycast with meterologist rebecca schuld is just ahead....stay
3 3 3 today: mix of an isolated shower possible. highs in the middle 70s. wind: sw 5-15 mph.tonight: more rain possible returning by morning. patchy fog. lows in the lower 60s. wind: s 2-5 mph.week ahead: more rain and storms likely for thursday lingering into friday morning. staying warm thursday with highs in
returning to the lower half of the 60s for friday. 40s and even a few 30s for lows possible friday and saturday nights with saturday itself struggling to pass 600 for the first time since may. 3 today: mix of sun highs in the middle 70s. wind: sw 5-15 mph.tonight: more rain possible returning by morning. patchy fog. lows in the lower 60s. wind: s 2-5 mph.week ahead: more rain and storms likely for thursday lingering into friday morning. staying warm thursday with highs in
until five thirty to call 777-5801 with any questions about breast health and breast cancer. we've got experts from susan g. komen standing by to answer your calls. october is breast cancer awarness month. and the komen foundation wants to make sure all women are getting the care that they need to stay healthy. again that phone number is 414-777-5801. look for more on this phone bank coming up on
"i'm kind of scared because i don't know what to expect now. this is a new world for me.". me.".he spent 24 years in prison for a crime we now know he coverage of today's release of milwaukeean daryl holloway....and the fight to win his freedom. 3 3 the smile on his face spoke volumes. daryl holloway was 24- years old when he was sent away for sexual assault and burglary. but thanks to new d-n-a testing, holloway was cleared....setting up today's release. and if holloway was carrying any bitter feelings, they weren't obvious when he met reporters. 3 daryl holloway was convicted in 1993 for a case from a year .
120-years in prison.....but his case was taken up by the wisconsin innocence project...more on that coming u. up.the new d-n-a evidence helped to exonerate holloway....and court records show that an order was filed and signed yesterday vacating his convictions. convictions.that led to his release today from a prison in green bay.cbs 58's amanda devoe begins our team coverage live in the newsroom with more on holloway's reaction. amanda? it was defintely a joyous moment for holloway as he man ..giving thanks to everyone who helped him get his case overturned. "this has been a long thing. i lost family members and different things. i'm trying to rebuild my life now. i came in mid-twenties. man, i'm almost 50 now. my whole life has changed." holloway also thanked the hard
helping to prove his innocence. during his 24 years in prison... holloway's mother died...and that when he says he almost wanted to give up on fighting for freedom. he says his mother's advice of never giving up is what kept him going. now at 48-years-old, holloway has spent a majority of his adult life behind bars... and says the next step will be hard as he tries to find a job. he also has some words for people who work in the justice system. "make better convicting people. make sure you got the right evidence. when you do this people lose. everybody lose. the victims, me. i've been victimized. everybody's been victimized." under state law, holloway could get about five thousand dollars per year.. for the time he spent in prison. however, that is capped at 25 thousand dollars. back to you.